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Richard Harlow <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 8 May 2006 11:33:46 -0400
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Hi Julie,

Welcome aboard.

Your pictures are great, however you have three that you have identified 
as a Yellow Warbler.  I believe if you look at your references that they 
are of a Palm Warbler. 

Keep taking those pictures.

Richard Harlow
Milton, VT

Julie Waters wrote:
> Hi all-- I'm Julie Waters in Westminster, VT.  I just joined this 
> list.  I'm an amateur photographer and musician.  I'm also a web 
> designer, so I keep an archive of a lot of my photographs on the web, 
> referenced below.  I do contract work for the state of Vermont which 
> takes me all over the state, and I've gotten into the habit of just 
> stopping off places to look for birds to photograph when I have the 
> chance.  I met some of you yesterday at morning bird walk at Herrick's 
> Cove, but I don't know any names except one or two, so hi to those of 
> you who were there.
> I'm still fairly new to birding, but I think I've got these right (I 
> had help).  If you go to http://juliesmagiclightshow.com/, the first 
> ten pictures are from yesterday's morning bird walk at Herricks Cove. 
> I didn't get any good pictures of the gnatcatcher, and I didn't try 
> with the yellow warbler, as I'd already done some great pictures of 
> those from the week before at Parker River.   The prizes of this group 
> are, of course, the American Bittern pictures.  We also saw a pair of 
> green herons and a pair of glossy ibises, but I didn't get good 
> pictures of either.  These pictures are of a bittern, a 
> yellow-throated vireo and a least flycatcher.
> --julie waters